Once upon a time there existed on our Earth sacred spiral cone shaped structures. These structures had a particular form and function. They were constructed on five now vanished island-continents over a period of 250,000 years. About 12,000 years ago the last of these devices were destroyed along with the civilization known as Atlantis, which had become hopelessly corrupt.

There are no ruins as they were, by design, made of lightweight fabrics that would be replaced periodically. We have received information about the these structures the Atlanteans called, in their language, The Temple of Renewal or Rejuvenation (TOR).   In 1993 spirit delivered the message that it is time to reintroduce the TOR to Earth.

This site is dedicated to the vast knowledge we have gathered during the 25 years of  investigation into all aspects of this device including the history of the TORs and how it should be updated to serve our present world.

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